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Code of Conduct


We are a family friendly convention
that means we welcome every attendees from all ages! This also means that everything here is family friendly, so we ask your cooperation to keep all content, interactions and attire to be appropriate for all ages.


Respect your fellow congoers!
This includes fellow attendees, panelists, vendors, convention venue and convention staff members. Please be courteous, polite, and accommodating to each other, which helps create a welcoming and warm atmosphere that helps everyone from all ages have fun!

To do this, you should:

  • Keep your hands to yourself: No inappropriate gestures or unwelcomed/unconsented touching or interaction with other attendees
  • Recall that cosplay is not consent: Always ask the cosplayer before touching their suit or costume, or on taking photographs
  • Respect others when they decline from your request.


We adopt a strict no-harassment policy.
If someone's behavior is making you feel unwelcome, unsafe, or uncomfortable, this is considered harassment. Any form harassment, including but not limited to behaviors such as: Stalking, offensive remarks, discrimination, inappropriate or unwelcome physical contact, are considered harassment.

Harassment, offensive remarks and discrimination is defined by preferential treatment of individuals based on:

  • Race
  • Age
  • Gender
  • Orientation
  • Religion
  • Nationality
  • Citizenship
  • Ancestry
  • Disabilities (Physical and Mental/Cognitive)
  • Social Class and Financial Capacity
  • Professional or Occupational Experience


Please follow any policies that are placed by the convention venue.
Such as where you can eat or drink, the strict prohibition of smoking (including e-cigarettes) and liquor in the convention premises. Harmful activities, objects, or weapons that may incite physical harm or intimidation is strictly prohibited, and you may face removal from the venue or involvement of local authorities.


Dress, cosplay, or wear clothing that is discreet and polite.
Please remember that this convention is for everyone, and keep in mind the acceptable clothing norms that is respected by local customs. Anything questionable, bearing offensive or intimidating remarks/objects/props must not be used. If you are unsure about you cosplay/costume, contact a staff member to find out.


Generally, what is illegal in Indonesia and/or in Jakarta is illegal in the convention. For instance,

  • The possession, distribution, or use of illicit drugs is forbidden by law.
  • The possession or use of weaponry or harmful force that can incite harmful damage or casualties.
  • The unlicensed, unauthorized and/or unnecessary possession of firearms or weaponry.
  • Harassment or intimidation, physical or verbal, in relation to race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, political spectrum, identity, or any other ad hominem factors.